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Trachelospermum jasminoides | Pacific Nurseries

Trachelospermum jasminoides

Common Name | Star Jasmine
Popular Plant Non-CA Native | Pacific Nurseries
Non-CA Native
Originating from Asia, Trachelospermum jasminoides is an evergreen woody vine that can grow to +/-10′ high. It features oval, approximately 3″ long leaves growing opposite one another on the stem. The leaves appear dark green in summer and turn bronze in the cooler winter season. In summer, fragrant white flowers open out into five petal-like lobes and emit an aromatic treat with an exotic and delightful scent. This hardy plant is common in landscapes as a climbing vine or ground cover. It will accommodate full sun, partial shade, and even full shade. It prefers well-drained soil, moderate water, and regular pruning to promote growth.

Trachelospermum jasminoides

Attributes + Requirements

Popular Plant Pollinator Attraction | Pacific Nurseries
Attracts Pollinators
Growth | 2-20′ High
Growth | 3-6′ Wide
Popular Plant Flower Color | Pacific Nurseries
Flower Color | White
Moderate Water
Full Sun, Partial Sun
Popular Plant Soil Requirements | Pacific Nurseries
Soil | Sandy, Clay, Well-Drained
Special Features = Fragrant | Drought Tolerant | Deer Resistant | Attracts Pollinators | Showy Flowers | Award Winner
Popular Plant Sizes Grown | Pacific Nurseries
Trachelospermum jasminoides
Sizes Grown | 5 gal

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“I love using Trachelospermum jasminoides along a fence in a partly shady spot with its shiny evergreen foliage and brilliant, white, contrasting flowers. And when it blooms in spring, the garden is infused with the sweet smell of Jasmine perfume!”
Kristen Rudger | Kristen Rudger Landscape Design

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